I’m reading Discover FORTH: Learning and Programming the FORTH Language and I have a growing interest in the programming language Forth. Here are a few resources:
And some other books on Forth:
And there are a heap of Forth books by Juergen Pintaske.
Looks like an interesting article, but I only read the comic and the tl;dr bullet points: Rules of Thumb for Software Development Estimations.
I have conjured a rabbit hole for myself: we fall into the illusion of free will.
An interesting and easy to read explanation of why you might like to keep lexing and parsing separate: Why Split Lexing and Parsing Into Two Separate Phases?
This was a good read: How to interpret, understand, and act on feedback. It’s some commentary on how to take feedback in a useful, mature, and Emotionally Intelligent way.
This turned up in my feed today: Object-Oriented Programming, lecture by Daniel Ingalls. It’s an old talk about the advantages of object-oriented programming from one of the inventors of Smalltalk (Dan Ingalls).
So I was able to compile bondi with a little help from my friend epilys.
It went a little something like this:
$ sudo apt install opam
$ opam init
$ opam switch create 4.06.1
$ opam install base
$ opam install ocaml-lsp-server
$ opam install stdlib-shims
$ dune build
I’m not certain stdlib-shims was required and the ocaml-lsp-server was for vscode integration (I think).
Today I was checking out bare-metal systems available from OVHcloud.